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HB 1024   Provides an exception to rules prohibiting public officials with jurisdiction over the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act from engaging in the alcoholic beverage business for off-duty officers working as security in alcohol-related businesses; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-10-19 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 43/N: 0)
04-11-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-16-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 54)

HB 1030   Permits qualified persons convicted of non-violent, non-alcohol-related felony offenses to apply for and renew alcohol-related employee licenses.
Bill History: 05-06-19 H House concurred in Senate amendments (Vote: Y: 84/N: 6)
05-07-19 G Sent to the Governor
05-13-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 340)

HB 1055   Provides for the licensing and regulation of unattended food establishments; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-17-19 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 42/N: 2)
04-22-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-25-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 138)

HB 1127   Provides for an excise tax exemption on the sale of alcoholic beverages to and by tax-exempt veterans' organizations; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 01-15-19 H Filed
02-05-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Business & Commerce
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 1302   Provides for felons to be eligible to apply for, receive, and renew alcoholic beverage employee licenses, provided their felony offense is at least 5 years removed from the application date and was not for a violent or alcohol-related felony.
Bill History: 01-16-19 H Filed
02-05-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Business & Commerce
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 1315   Provides relative to certain exceptions on restrictions under alcohol law for replacement of damaged products, provides for regulations of certain advertising activities, and reduces certain record-keeping requirements; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 05-22-19 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 44/N: 2)
05-22-19 G Sent to the Governor
05-23-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 431)

HB 1341   Provides relative to certain permissions for holders of mixed beverage licenses.
Bill History: 05-16-19 S Senate finally passed conference bill (Vote: Y: 39/N: 8)
05-17-19 G Sent to the Governor
05-21-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 424)

HB 1342   Creates the Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverages Amendments Act of 2019.
Bill History: 01-16-19 H Filed
02-06-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 1343   Extends the provisions of railroad and airline beverage licenses to commercial passenger vessels.
Bill History: 04-16-19 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 42/N: 0)
04-17-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-22-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 102)

HB 1347   Permits the sale of alcohol by employees of beer distributor licensees without requiring such employees to be licensed themselves.
Bill History: 04-23-19 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 41/N: 0)
04-24-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-29-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 189)

HB 1348   Creates the Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverages Variants Act of 2019.
Bill History: 01-16-19 H Filed
02-06-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 1349   Permits holders of retail beer licenses to sell malt beverages with alcohol beverage volume of up to 15%.
Bill History: 04-04-19 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 419-C Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
04-04-19 S Not heard in committee Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
04-12-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 1389   Relates to the Smoking in Public Places and Indoor Workplace Act by including vapor products and smoked marijuana to the substances whose use may be restricted and prohibited in certain places; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-25-19 S Set on the Senate Floor Agenda
04-25-19 S Removed from the Floor Agenda
04-26-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 1409   Creates the Oklahoma Alcohol Improvement Act of 2019.
Bill History: 01-16-19 H Filed
02-06-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 1414   Creates the Oklahoma Micro Markets Act and authorizes the sale of commercially packaged foods or ready to eat fruit properly labeled for individual retail sale per the federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
Bill History: 01-16-19 H Filed
02-05-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Agriculture & Rural Development
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 1640   Permits churches to waive certain prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages by establishments within a set distance of the churches by providing written notice to the ABLE Commission; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 05-22-19 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 35/N: 10)
05-22-19 G Sent to the Governor
05-28-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 470)

HB 1641   Provides for the creation of a Designating or Nondesignating Manufacturer alcohol license, with related restrictions and standards on reselling of alcohol products.
Bill History: 05-07-19 S Senate appointed a conference committee
Bice, Leewright, Pugh, Stanislawski, Brooks, and Young
05-29-19 S Died in Conference Committee
05-29-19 S Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 1642   Relate to alcohol wholesalers by providing for requirements and standards on alcohol to be purchased from wholesalers and related excise taxes to be remitted as directed by the Tax Commission.
Bill History: 04-25-19 S Set on the Senate Floor Agenda
04-25-19 S Removed from the Floor Agenda
04-26-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 1643   Provides relative to alcohol wholesalers to by setting equal pricing standards and providing for limitations on discounts, rebates, and other allowances, with related penalties for violations.
Bill History: 04-25-19 S Set on the Senate Floor Agenda
04-25-19 S Removed from the Floor Agenda
04-26-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 1644   Creates the Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverages Adjustments Act of 2019.
Bill History: 01-16-19 H Filed
02-05-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 1925   Provides for the creation of a complimentary beverage license, permitting no more than two alcoholic beverages to be provided free of charge for on-premises consumption for guests or patrons aged 21 and older; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 02-27-19 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 432-A House Business & Commerce
02-27-19 H Not heard in committee House Business & Commerce
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2082   Creates the Fair Scheduling Act which requires certain businesses and entities to provide their employees notice of their work schedule on certain guidelines.
Bill History: 01-17-19 H Filed
02-05-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Business & Commerce
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2134   Prohibits the disqualification of licensure for certain convictions if the person meets all other requirements.
Bill History: 04-11-19 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 419-C Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
04-09-19 S Removed from hearing Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
04-12-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2210   Relates to food licensing by defining fees for food licenses on limited food establishments serving events with fewer than $3000 in gross income per event.
Bill History: 02-12-19 H Withdrawn from committee House Business & Commerce
02-12-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2223   Creates the Oklahoma Alcohol Modification Act of 2019.
Bill History: 01-17-19 H Filed
02-05-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2240   Creates the Oklahoma Alcohol Concern Act of 2019.
Bill History: 01-17-19 H Filed
02-06-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2243   Creates the Graduation Requirements Act of 2019.
Bill History: 01-17-19 H Filed
02-06-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2284   Creates the Oklahoma Alcohol Modification Act of 2019.
Bill History: 02-27-19 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 432-A House Business & Commerce
02-25-19 H Removed from hearing House Business & Commerce
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2288   Creates the Oklahoma Workplace Clean Air Act, which prohibits smoking in various locations, including within bars, in public vehicles, and in daycare centers after hours, and adjusts related definitions.
Bill History: 03-12-19 H Set on the House Floor Agenda
03-13-19 H Rules Committee granted permission to strike Title on Floor
03-15-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2291   Abolishes the ABLE Commission, to be replaced by an executive agency under the direction of a Governor-appointed Director, with all related responsibilities and powers transferred as needed.
Bill History: 02-13-19 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 432-A House Business & Commerce
02-13-19 H Not heard in committee House Business & Commerce
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2294   Provides for sellers and vendors to be granted a tax deduction from sales tax remittance to compensate for the cost of keeping sales tax records and filing reports, such deductions to be void if tax payments are delinquent.
Bill History: 03-11-19 S Received in the Senate
03-25-19 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Finance
04-12-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2325   Permits persons under 21 years of age to accompany parents or legal guardians on the premises of businesses with alcohol licenses.
Bill History: 04-24-19 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 25/N: 15)
04-25-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-30-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 237)

HB 2363   Provides relative to various adjustments to alcohol laws, regulation, and oversight, including provisions against conflicts of interest within the ABLE Commission.
Bill History: 05-15-19 S Meeting set for 1:00 p.m., Room 512-A HCC: Business & Commerce
05-15-19 S Discussed in House Conference Committee and Opened for
Signatures
05-31-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2367   Provides for numerous overhauls and adjustments to processes and procedures related to workers' compensation; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 05-22-19 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 46/N: 0)
05-22-19 G Sent to the Governor
05-28-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 476)

HB 2404   Permits the sale of goods and merchandise included in the packaging for alcoholic beverages under certain conditions, and permits children under 12 years of age into the premises of alcohol sellers with a supervising guardian present.
Bill History: 01-17-19 H Filed
02-06-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2405   Removes language related to the exercise of discretion by the ABLE Commission in cases for the revocation of licenses for sales of alcohol to persons under the age of 21.
Bill History: 01-17-19 H Filed
02-06-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2406   Repeals prohibition of alcohol sales by wholesalers to licensed alcohol sellers on weekends and on certain holidays.
Bill History: 01-17-19 H Filed
02-06-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2407   Removes restrictions on licensing of spouses of persons with retail spirits licenses.
Bill History: 01-17-19 H Filed
02-06-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2408   Removes prohibition on the consumption of alcohol or spirits in public.
Bill History: 01-17-19 H Filed
02-06-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2477   Removes the penalty for failure to pay tax licensing fees and provides for wage garnishment by the Tax Commission for delinquent tax or licensing fees.
Bill History: 05-23-19 G Sent to the Governor
05-28-19 G Vetoed by the Governor, "would have a negative fiscal impact
that has not been accounted for in the overall state budget
for Fiscal year 2020."
05-31-19 G Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2623   Provides for the creation of a satellite tasting room license for holders of small farm winery licenses, and adjusts standards for qualification to be a small-farm winery licenseholders.
Bill History: 02-27-19 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 432-A House Business & Commerce
02-27-19 H Not heard in committee House Business & Commerce
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2624   Provides for the creation of a complimentary beverage license, to authorize holders to provide certain quantities of alcohol to legal adults free of charge; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 02-27-19 H Voted from committee - Do Pass House Business & Commerce
03-05-19 H Set on the House Floor Agenda
03-15-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2651   Includes provisions for bottle service and private club suites for holders of mixed beverage licenses.
Bill History: 03-12-19 S Received in the Senate
03-26-19 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
04-12-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 98   Provides for an excise tax exemption on alcoholic beverages sold to or by veteran's organizations that are otherwise exempt from taxation; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 01-25-19 S Prereferred to Committee Senate Finance
02-05-19 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 102   Provides for a state minimum wage rate of $10.50 per hour, or the current federal minimum wage rate, whichever is greater.
Bill History: 01-25-19 S Prereferred to Committee Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
02-05-19 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 113   Provides for private membership clubs which charge drinks to a member's monthly dues to not be considered an extension of credit under alcohol law; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-30-19 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 42/N: 3)
05-01-19 G Sent to the Governor
05-06-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 306)

SB 114   Provides for the creation of a golf course/marina beverage license and defines requirements, qualifications, and authority of the license; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 01-02-19 S Filed
01-25-19 S Prereferred to Committee Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 115   Includes commercial water vessels in the airline/railroad beverage license, and provides requirements for which vehicles qualify; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-30-19 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 40/N: 4)
05-01-19 G Sent to the Governor
05-06-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 307)

SB 116   Authorizes a purchasing card for the Oklahoma Film and Music Office Division of the Dept. of Tourism and Recreation; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-04-19 H Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 90/N: 0)
04-08-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-10-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 29)

SB 230   Permits courts in cases involving illegal driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol to sentence offenders to participate in an online victims impact panel program and pay a fee in place of attending an in-person victims impact panel.
Bill History: 02-19-19 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 419-C Senate Judiciary
02-18-19 S Removed from hearing Senate Judiciary
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 245   Provides relative to the Consumer Protection Act and regulations administered by the Corporation Commission and certain other regulating authorities with respect to mixed beverage-related receipts.
Bill History: 04-23-19 H Set on the House Floor Agenda
04-25-19 H Removed from the Floor Agenda
04-26-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 336   Provides for the creation of a satellite tasting room license for holders of small farm winery licenses, which permits the sale of wine for on and off-premises consumption at designated satellite locations, to be licensed individually.
Bill History: 05-14-19 S Senate concurred in House amendments (Vote: Y: 41/N: 4)
05-15-19 G Sent to the Governor
05-20-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 420)

SB 343   Transfers the appointing authority for the heads of various agencies to the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate.
Bill History: 01-15-19 S Filed
01-30-19 S Prereferred to Committee Senate Rules
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 364   Relates to the carrying or transporting of firearms, makes it improper for businesses to prohibit their employees from lawful carrying.
Bill History: 01-16-19 S Filed
01-30-19 S Prereferred to Committee Senate Public Safety
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 467   Requires the attendance of a victim impact panel program of persons convicted of providing alcoholic beverages to individuals under the age of 21-years.
Bill History: 03-14-19 S Set on the Senate Floor Agenda
03-14-19 S Removed from the Floor Agenda
03-15-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 469   Prohibits the granting of alcohol licenses to persons related to members of the ABLE Commission by up to the third degree of consanguinity, and to ABLE Commission employees by the first degree.
Bill History: 04-16-19 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 85/N: 5)
04-17-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-23-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 130)

SB 494   Provides relative to unattended food establishments' permits and guidelines.
Bill History: 01-16-19 S Filed
02-01-19 S Prereferred to Committee Senate Health & Human Services
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 501   Dept. of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services to create a notice containing related treatment information to be posted in all restaurants and bars for employees to view.
Bill History: 01-16-19 S Filed
02-01-19 S Prereferred to Committee Senate Health & Human Services
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 510   Extends the sunset of the Quality Events Incentive Act until June 30, 2021.
Bill History: 05-15-19 S Senate appointed a conference committee
Bice, Hall, Rader, Simpson, Floyd, and Kirt
05-29-19 S Died in Conference Committee
05-29-19 S Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 511   Relates to the excise tax on alcoholic beverages by changing the date distributor permit holders must submit certain reports to the Tax Commission, and provisions related to liens or judgments levied when tax payments are delinquent.
Bill History: 05-15-19 S Referred to Senate conference committee Senate Conference Committee
05-15-19 S Senate appointed a conference committee
Bice, Hall, Rader, Simpson, Floyd, and Kirt
05-29-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 538   Increases the maximum apportionment of sales tax going to the Oklahoma Tourism Promotion Revolving Fund from $5 MIL to $6 MIL; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-01-19 H Voted from subcommittee-Do Pass House A&B Sub: Finance
04-01-19 H Returned to full committee House Appropriations & Budget
04-18-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 540   Removes the restriction that funds from the State Park System Improvement Revolving Fund be utilized exclusively for the purpose of capital improvements.
Bill History: 04-03-19 H Set on the House Floor Agenda
04-25-19 H Removed from the Floor Agenda
04-26-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 550   Provides that the Dept. of Tourism's petty cash fund may be utilized for certain alcohol-related purchases and licenses; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-03-19 H Set on the House Floor Agenda
04-25-19 H Removed from the Floor Agenda
04-26-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 606   Provides relative to unattended food establishments' definitions, limitations, permits, and overall rules and regulations; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-11-19 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 512-A House Rules
04-11-19 H Voted from committee - Do Pass as substituted House Rules
04-26-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 608   Requires wine and spirit manufacturers of certain "top brands" to offer their product to all wholesalers for the same price.
Bill History: 05-06-19 S Senate concurred in House amendments (Vote: Y: 34/N: 11)
05-07-19 G Sent to the Governor
05-13-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 353)

SB 645   Prohibits employers from wage, benefit, and other compensation discrimination based upon certain factors, with exceptions for same jobs under different conditions, requires that seniority calculations continue during certain types of leave.
Bill History: 03-13-19 H Received in the House
03-19-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Judiciary
04-18-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 649   Prohibits employers from discharging or discriminating against employees discussing or disclosing wage rates, with certain position-related exceptions, increases fines and penalties imposed upon employers in violation of prohibition.
Bill History: 04-08-19 H Withdrawn from committee House Judiciary
04-08-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
04-18-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 660   Allows retail spirits licensees to serve certain samples of beer, wine, and spirits to consumers under certain conditions with written documentation to be maintained.
Bill History: 04-17-19 H Set on the House Floor Agenda
04-25-19 H Removed from the Floor Agenda
04-26-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 723   Provides relative to a marina beverage license, allowing holders to sell or serve beer and wine in sealed containers of any size, and makes additional related provisions; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 01-17-19 S Filed
02-05-19 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 725   Provides relative to the appointing of Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Commissioners, making the Governor ex-officio, and to appoint certain Commissioners, including Officers, makes the Commission a governmental agency.
Bill History: 02-05-19 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Rules
02-05-19 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 728   Permits restaurants holding mixed beverage licenses to purchase beer and wine directly from small wine and beer producers, and permits the sale of alcohol for off-premises consumption by golf courses; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-04-19 H Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 90/N: 6)
04-08-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-10-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 35)

SB 753   Removes minimum wage provisions as a matter of public policy that the Legislature occupies or preempts.
Bill History: 01-17-19 S Filed
02-05-19 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 765   Includes lighted marijuana to the definitions where lighted tobacco is prohibited from or allowed to be used; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-24-19 H Set on the House Floor Agenda
04-25-19 H Removed from the Floor Agenda
04-26-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 804   Makes an exception to the requirement that alcoholic beverages be in a sealed container when patrons exit certain businesses on days when certain events are occurring, applies to beer and wine only; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 05-14-19 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 39/N: 6)
05-15-19 G Sent to the Governor
05-20-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 421)

SB 805   Allows employees to enter into payment plans and large corporate employers to pay for their employees' beverage licenses.
Bill History: 04-24-19 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 85/N: 7)
04-25-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-30-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 261)

SB 808   Relates to wine shipments, requiring a physical address of the consumer ordering the shipment and the same information from the person accepting delivery, if different from the consumer.
Bill History: 02-21-19 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 419-C Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
02-21-19 S Not heard in committee Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 810   Creates the Oklahoma Wine Industry Development Commission within the Dept. of Agriculture, Food and Forestry, creates the Oklahoma Grape and Wine Industry Development Fund, and provides relative definitions and provisions.
Bill History: 03-25-19 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 512-A House A&B Sub: Natural Resources & R
03-25-19 H Not heard in committee House A&B Sub: Natural Resources & Regulatory
04-18-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 812   Repeals language on personal use permits related to alcoholic beverages; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 01-17-19 S Filed
02-07-19 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 813   Creates a complimentary beverage license which authorizes holders to provide free samples for on-site consumption of certain alcoholic beverages of a certain size; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-22-19 H Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 76/N: 17)
04-23-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-26-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 185)

SB 814   Allows for the serving of tasting flights as an inducement to stimulate the consumption of alcoholic beverages and limits the number of drinks that may be served to a person at one time to allow for tasting flights by quantity and volume.
Bill History: 04-25-19 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 68/N: 24)
04-29-19 G Sent to the Governor
05-02-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 291)

SB 816   Requires the ABLE Commission to provide written notice to the employer of an applicant that has been denied a beverage license; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-23-19 H Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 91/N: 0)
04-24-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-29-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 225)

SB 817   Removes the prohibition for spirits or wines being delivered to or received by retailers on Sundays; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 02-14-19 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 419-C Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
02-14-19 S Voted from committee - Do Pass Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
03-15-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 819   Provides further definitions related to where drinks are sold, prepared, and served to paying customers as "serving areas", but does not include other areas of a brewery where customers consume purchased products.
Bill History: 04-23-19 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 86/N: 8)
04-24-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-29-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 226)

SB 820   Allows a child under the age of 12-years, if accompanied and under the supervision of an adult over 21-years to enter a retail spirit business within a county if the county has voted to allow such entrance; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-25-19 H Set on the House Floor Agenda
04-25-19 H Reconsideration motion expired
04-26-19 H Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 823   Adds a definition for "entry level small farm winery" to Small Farm Winery license provisions, giving both smalls the same authority as a winemaker license and allows them to utilize the "Oklahoma Grown" trademark sticker.
Bill History: 02-28-19 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 419-C Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
02-28-19 S Voted from committee - Do Pass Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
03-15-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 860   Prohibits certain inducements to be given to customers to encourage purchase or repurchase of a certain brand of alcohol, with certain exceptions.
Bill History: 02-21-19 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 419-C Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
02-21-19 S Not heard in committee Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 905   Provides definition for "inducement" as relates to prohibited practices for Retail Wine (Beer) License holders.
Bill History: 02-21-19 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 419-C Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
02-21-19 S Not heard in committee Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 906   Provides for clarification between manufacturers and brewers in alcohol law for the purposes of licensing and regulation, and permits certain distributions; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 05-01-19 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 43/N: 0)
05-02-19 G Sent to the Governor
05-07-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 322)

SB 908   Replaces "Nonresident Seller" with "Designating Wine and Spirit Manufacturer License" with respect to alcoholic beverage licenses issued by the ABLE Commission.
Bill History: 03-14-19 H Received in the House
03-19-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Business & Commerce
04-18-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 909   Relates to the posting of prices by wine and spirits wholesalers, which must include any minimum invoice or case amounts required to qualify for delivery by the wholesaler.
Bill History: 03-14-19 H Received in the House
03-19-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Business & Commerce
04-18-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 919   Allows certain home food establishments to sell their goods to or at restaurants.
Bill History: 02-18-19 S Meeting set for 10:00 a.m., Room 511-A Senate Agriculture & Wildlife
02-18-19 S Voted from committee - Do Pass Senate Agriculture & Wildlife
03-15-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 920   Relates to sales tax exemptions for certain disabled veterans, instead of at the point of sale, they shall be provided as a rebate, sets an annual maximum purchase amount, and provides for certain rules and procedures to be developed.
Bill History: 02-26-19 S Title stricken in committee Senate Finance
02-26-19 S Voted from committee - Do Pass as amended Senate Finance
03-15-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 936   Allows for private or control labels on beer when in collaboration with a charity, creates a Charitable Collaboration Brewer License.
Bill History: 05-14-19 S Senate concurred in House amendments (Vote: Y: 38/N: 7)
05-15-19 G Sent to the Governor
05-20-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 422)

SB 963   Requires that direct sales wineries be subject to certain of the same licensure provisions as the holder of a wine and spirit wholesaler license.
Bill History: 04-04-19 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 512-A House Tourism
04-04-19 H Not heard in committee House Tourism
04-18-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 965   Requires certain recordkeeping by alcoholic beverage manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, sellers, retailers, for the purpose of tax audit documentation, with penalties for noncompliance.
Bill History: 01-17-19 S Filed
02-11-19 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 976   Renames Act to "Home Food Processing Act", updates definitions and identifies certain eligible foods and handling requirements, allows for certain foods to be sold at retail stores and restaurants, with labeling and recordkeeping requirements.
Bill History: 03-07-19 H Received in the House
03-19-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Agriculture & Rural Development
04-18-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 995   Relates to the labeling, handling, and distributing requirements of poultry processors, distributors, and processors and provides exemptions in certain situations.
Bill History: 02-25-19 S Meeting set for 10:00 a.m., Room 511-A Senate Agriculture & Wildlife
02-25-19 S Not heard in committee Senate Agriculture & Wildlife
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules


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